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All aboard! The Boston Old Town Trolley Tour is the most convenient and fun way to travel the city! Old Town Trolley City Tour will make one stop along the route outside the iconic ‘Cheers!’ bar on Beacon Street. Once there you can visit Boston Common and the Public Garden, or stroll along historic and picturesque Charles Street. Details
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Voted best family museum in Boston by TripAdvisor users, The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is an experience that everyone will enjoy! Onboard, there are interactive exhibits, astonishing centuries-old artifacts, and reenactments of the political protest that changed the course of U.S. history forever! After exploring the ships and museum, stop in at Abigail's Tea Room for a delicious meal! Details
Traveling can be pricey, but the Boston Explorer Pass allows tourists to visit the best attractions in the city for a fraction of the cost, and even skip the line at most! The pass provides entry to more than 20 attractions, tours, and museums, so no matter your interests, there are options for you. Customize the number of attractions you want to see, and don’t pay anything at the gate; it’s that easy! Details
Boston Ghosts and Graveyards tour brings history back to life, exploring the frightening past of sinister characters and hauntings of the city. Take a trolley to the two oldest graveyards in Boston for an exclusive night-time tour. Along the way, you will view the most haunted hotel in the city and hear scary tales of the Boston Strangler. There is something so thrilling about learning the mysterious lore surrounding Boston! Details
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Let Boston Crawling show you Boston in the most exciting way possible – a good, ole fashioned Pub Crawl! Come along and learn about the birthplace of a city and a country, and hear how it all started in a bar.

-Visit four historic taverns
-Learn about the influence of beer on famous American events such as the landing on Plymouth Rock and the Boston Massacre
-Enjoy local Boston beers you can’t find anywhere else
-Let our expert guides entertain you with tales of Boston’s secret history while you crawl from bar to bar along the historic Freedom Trail
-Please note that Pub Crawls begin on the hour. Please arrive five minutes before your scheduled crawl.

The Independence Pub Crawl meets at the Samuel Adams Statue in front of Faneuil Hall. For GPS, the best address is 6 Faneuil Hall Square, Boston MA 02109. The Sam Adams Statue is located on the Congress Street side of Faneuil Hall. The statue is about 20 feet tall and features Sam Adams standing on top of a pedestal with his arms crossed. Walk around to the front of the statue so that you’re looking Sam in the face. Your guide will be there. Details